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Chippewa Forest projects set to begin: Projects include Knutson Dam and West Winnie harbor
6 hours 6 min ago
Wounded Warrior Project to benefit from WinnieFEST 2015: Music festival and sportsman’s show in Bena this weekend
2 hours 2 min ago
U.S. Sen. Al Franken listens to a broadband expert Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015, during a roundtable he hosted on the subject. With the senator in the St. Paul meeting is Executive Director Danna Mackenzie of the Minnesota Office of Broadband Development. (Forum News Service photo by Don Davis)
Broadband 'as important as textbooks'
2 hours 4 min ago
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Daily arrests for Sept. 2-3
10 hours 55 min ago
Garage fire reported in Bemidji
14 hours 49 min ago
“Hunger In Your Community” lunch event
6 hours 2 min ago
PAUL NELSON FISHING COLUMN: Angling stays hot, like the weather
9 hours 54 min ago
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VFW pancake breakfast in Kelliher
6 hours 2 min ago
Amber Marshall (right) describes how she tracked down her son's stolen bike by spotting another kid riding it and following him to his home in her car. At left is her husband Eric and son Jack, 8, with the recovered bike. Bob King | Forum News Service
Duluth mom tracks down son's swiped bike, and 20 more
13 hours 57 min ago
With this year's crop of pumpkins packed outside the home of Nicole O'Day, firefighters from four departments work to extinguish the second fire in two days at AMAZE-N-PUMPKINS, located two miles east of Nisswa Wednesday. The fire was determined to be suspicious and the State Fire Marshal is investigating. Steve Kohls | Forum News Service play button
Suspicious fire destroys Nisswa home
13 hours 45 min ago
First City Lions Club meeting scheduled
6 hours 3 min ago
Environmental group holds session about pipeline: Enbridge plans to replace Line 3 that runs through area
September 2, 2015 - 5:39pm
Woman, girl found found dead in home in Wisconsin; suspect arrested in Texas
8 hours 53 min ago
JILLIAN GANDSEY | BEMIDJI PIONEER
“A Flower for Death in the Wild, Wild West” opened this past Friday at the Chief Theater in downtown Bemidji. A 2 p.m. matinee is set for today and the play runs again Sept. 3-5. Pictured from left to right are Blair Treuer as Dixie Hollander, Ali Daniels as Clover, Anna Larranaga as Ella, Norwood F. Hall II as Boi Caldron and Mark Thorson as Billy Cash.
The Wild West comes to Bemidji: Author Mark Thorson and director Greg Gasman team up for show
August 30, 2015 - 12:08am
Tom Purcell: Preparing for the worst with our out of control debt
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Lisa Rother, owner of Rother’s Just Desserts, adds leaves made of gumpaste to a cake she was decorating.  Maggi Stivers | Bemidji Pioneer

BEMIDJI -- Cake was always the highlight of Lisa Rother’s birthday parties growing up, and she’s continuing that tradition with her own children: Wyatt, Sara and Connor.

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The Pioneer has a new app for iPad users.

BEMIDJI -- Readers of the Pioneer now have one more avenue to get their news. In an exclusive partnership with Lueken's Village Foods, the Pioneer now has an iPad app. ...

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